Going to be in the Seattle area the first weekend in June? Then join us at the Mother Earth News Fair in Puyallup, Washington! This fun, family-friendly event will include hundreds of workshops and demonstrations, from cheese- and bread-making to straw-bale wall construction and heritage seed swaps.
Natural Home & Garden will have its very own stage at the fair with workshops both days. Here’s a list of what you can experience:
DIY Energy Audits, Joseph Becker
A Manual for Living in an Energy-Efficient Home, Scott Bergford
Earthen Building Today, Sukita Reay Crimmel
Passive Solar Heating Design, Bruce Glenn
Economics of Eco-Building, Aaron Gould
Housing Reclaimed, Jessica Kellner
Sustainable Kitchens and Bath, Molly McCabe
Homeowner Operation and Maintenance, Doug Kennedy
Simple Imperfection: A Wabi-Sabi Home, Robyn Griggs Lawrence
Green Building Options for Remodeling, George Ostrow
Building with Straw Bales, Terry Phelan
Pennies From Heaven, Cameron Scott and Betsy Anderson
Building Science, Daniel Wildenhaus
Tiny Homes, South Sound Youth Build
If nothing on our workshop list strikes your fancy, be sure to check out the other 10 stages, where you can find workshops on cooking and growing herbs, beekeeping, soap making, gardening with heirlooms, saving energy and much more. We’ll even have a kids’ tent with hands-on activities such as ice cream and cheese making.
For more information on workshops, buying tickets and getting to the fair, visit the Mother Earth News Fair website or download the Mother Earth News Puyallup Fair Program Guide.
Come celebrate sustainable living with us!